EVA LONGORIA: TO SERVE ON OBAMA'S RE-ELECTION EFFORT
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NEW YORK (AP) -- Eva Longoria has her eye on the White House. Back in February, she was named a national co-chair for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign -- and she says making the move from a member of the "Desperate Housewives" cast to national politics has been tough. She says people will say to her: "Who cares about your opinion, you're just pretty." She says being pretty shouldn't mean she can't have an opinion on immigration or health care reform.